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'Nerdfighters' Mobilize For Film Premiere, Armed With Favorite Lines

John Green's love story, <i>The Fault in Our Stars</i>, is a cult classic for young readers. The film adaptation comes out Friday, and excitement has reached a fever pitch among middle-schoolers obsessed with the book.<p>Transcript<p>ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:<p>John Green's best-selling love story "The Fault In Our …

Lost in the Flood

On May 13th, a cyclone dubbed Tamara hit southeastern Europe and, over only a few days, doused it with three months’ worth of rainfall. Relentless torrents swelled rivers and tributaries, breaching banks and bursting levees. The brunt of the surge swept through Bosnia, Serbia, and eastern Croatia, …

Tiananmen at Twenty-five: “Victory Over Memory”

The “History of the Chinese Communist Party, Volume 1,” the first entry in the Party’s official autobiography, appeared in 2002. Its authors had the luxury of hewing to a narrative of birth, growth, and triumph, covering the years between 1921 and the revolution, in 1949. After that, history gets …

Vitter push threatens Keystone vote

The Vitter amendment is back — and it could spell doom for a proposed vote to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.<p>Louisiana GOP Sen. David Vitter said on Wednesday that he will once again push for his legislation to slash federal health care contributions to lawmakers, Capitol Hill staffers and …

Good news (with an asterisk) on graduation rates - Watch out for teachers - Schuette v. Fisher - Hillary Clinton recalls her HIPPY roots

<i>With help from Nirvi Shah and Stephanie Simon</i><p><b>GOOD NEWS (WITH AN ASTERISK) ON GRADUATION RATES:</b> The U.S. is on pace to reach a 90 percent high school graduation rate by the class of 2020 — but will hit that milestone only if states make a major effort to boost the performance of low-income and …

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